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. >> former u.s. ambassador the ug. john bolton has concerns. >> the hearings are still going on, the chairman of the committee said they could go on tomorrow. but i don't think so far today chuck hagel has done himself much good. he had a very sharp exchange with senator lindsey graham of south carolina who asked what senators by name up here are intimidate bid the jewish lobby? senator hagel didn't want to name any. he had an even sharper exchange with john mccain, who said to him, i want to know specifically here whether you believe you were wrong in saying that president bush's surge in iraq was the stupidest thing done. he couldn't get an answer out of senator hagel in a hearing where chuck hagel had chance on the record to make his best case for his nomination, i don't think he has yet persuaded the key people he needs to get, particularly john mccain. >> any surprises? a lot of what i listened to -- saw john mccain giving him a thorough going-over -- i think a lot of people wanted to see that. any surprises? any one specifically tougher on him? >> i think what was most important was the
senator john mccain, bump the -- one of the eight senators. important guy. important day. you rolled out the pla a day in front of president obama's plan. some in the g.o.p. say this sounds like a blanket amnesty. >> i was also encouraged that speaker boehner said we have to have a comprehensive immigration reform passed with 11 million people living in the shadows of america. many of them have been here for over 10 years. a precondition, that is to secure the borders. our borders are more secure but in arizona, that border is a major drug trafficking route for the drug cartels bringing drugs into the united states so we have to use lot of high-tech and drones and get the border securee that must be done. then we have to move on with this issue. >> senator, an hour ago, senator schumer and yourself talked about what you need do to get this pointed and you say securing the border isber one. is that realistic? we have been trying to do it for 150 or 200 years. >>guest: with the advent of high-tech eqqipment such as drones, we are perfy capable of it. a big problem on southwest border it is
sessions is calling for the head of i.c.e., john morton, to resign. >> mr. morton can no longer effectively serve at this post and more importantly, there can be no comprehensive immigration reform as long as he's the person in charge with enforcing it. >> that's the senator with us. thank you for joining us, senator sessions. tell us about it. so, is the problem only with mr. morton and i.c.e.? >> well, it's a big part of the enforcement problem. i.c.e. is the interior enforcement and i.c.e. offices association has unanimously voted no confidence in his leadership. they say he's hostile to them and their efforts to enforce the law and as you have indicated, they haveue sued him with their lawful duty to enforce the law and the court is allowing that suit to go forward. he has issued regulation and directive after directive to hamper their ability to enforce the law. >> i.c.e. agents want to stop people from coming across and they have been told from the top, from mr. morton, look the other way, let them go -- is that the accusation? >> essentially, yes. i.c.e. has the authority inside the
sessions and he was saying the head of i.c.e. john more ton should resign, what do you think of that? >> well, we're big fans of senator sessions. he is a strong supporter of law enforcement officers and strong supporter of stronger enforcement in the united states. we as a union have not taken a position as to whether or not we should join in the call for resignation. we have been very vocal to include our vote of no confidence that we don't have confidence in this current administration or i.c.e. with regard in enforcing the immigration laws and providing for public safety. >> eric: we're going to have leave it there. chris crane, i didn't realize there was no mention of i.c.e. is the president's plans. thank you, sir. >> he owes take on the president's immigration reform push. the executive director of a group. benvinidos. when does the president o0ic% >>> we were to have 11 million people in this country, that is the reason why this law needs to be fixed. >> eric: i'm not sure i agree with you. in fact i know we have a legal shift and i think we have 11 million people here becaus
, appreciate it. >>> house speaker john boehner saying this is the wrong time for president obama to scrap his jobs council, but the washington examiner's byron york said it wasn't worth saving at all. byron coming from high home town of san francisco, hope that makes you a 9ers fan temporarily. >> i am through sunday. >> what's the deal with the jobs council. why is it no big deal that the president got rid of it? >> it was always a big nothing. there's no doubt about it. president obama has often been under criticism throughout his time in office for putting other issues before jobs and the exee, and in his first term it was obama care or cap and trade. now you hear about gun control and immigration, and creating a jobs council was a way to show that he was actively involved and compared approximat about t. >> do you think speaker boehner is wrong for coming out and criticizing the president for getting rid of the jobs council? is that a wrong move by the speaker of the house? >> i think he's correct. this never accomplished anything. he found this version of the, the president did. it met a
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